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Erica’sTesla Model 32019
STANDARD PLUS
2 trips
$
125

per day

$
125
per day
09/23/2019
10:00 AM
09/29/2019
10:00 AM
Pickup & return location
SHAWNEE, KS 66226
You won’t be charged yet
Distance included
Day
150 mi
Week
1250 mi
Month
2625 mi
Insurance Provided Via

The car

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS
2 trips
Electric
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Erica
2 tripsJoined Jul 2019
Typically responds in 3 hours

Description

Driving a Tesla is like experiencing what cars will be like in 10 years, today. Whether you're on vacation, traveling for business, or are thinking about buying one but want an "extended" test drive, you will enjoy driving this Model 3. There are 4 Tesla Superchargers and over 900 EV chargers in the Kansas City area which give you many options for charging. Taking a road trip? Try out Autopilot, Tesla's industry leading driver assistance feature to help make it easier as well as Tesla's nationwide Supercharger network. Tesla Supercharging is included with the rental, i.e. FREE for you to use. Once the car is done charging you must unplug from the Supercharger within 5 minutes or Tesla will bill us for idle fees which start at $1/min. Idle fees will be billed to you directly via Turo. This is the Standard Range+ version giving you up to 240 miles of range on a single charge. It includes Tesla's industry leading 15" touchscreen navigation and infotainment system, a fully glass roof, 4 USB ports, 12v port, built in Dash Cam and Sentry Mode, 5 heated leather seats, electronically adjustable lumbar support on the front seats, folding rear seats, no hump in front of the rear middle seat allowing extra leg room, automatic wipers and high beams, built in arcade games, tons of storage space in the trunk, under trunk compartment and front trunk, Bluetooth, and more. The navigation system uses Google Maps so it’s always up to date. All Tesla Supercharger and Tesla destination charger locations are built into the navigation. Going on a long trip? Simply input your destination into the navigation and the car will automatically find the fastest route which includes all required Supercharger stops. It will tell you how much charge you’ll have when you arrive at the Supercharger as well as how long you need to charge for to reach your next stop. A typical Supercharger stop takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Most Superchargers are located near restaurants, shopping and bathrooms. This car is quick going 0-60 in 5.3 seconds. With its instant torque there’s no waiting for the car to pin you back in your seat. No waiting on downshifting or for the engine to hit peak torque in a certain RPM range. When you press the accelerator, it goes. When you need to stop, just let off the accelerator and the car uses regenerative braking to slow you down while converting the cars momentum back into electricity to charge the batteries. This allows you to do most of your driving using just one pedal. You can always still use the standard brakes if you need to stop quickly or stay stopped at a stop light. Concerned about Safety? The Tesla Model 3 achieved a perfect score in every testing category and subcategory in crash testing done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and achieved the lowest probability of injury of any car the agency has ever tested.

Features

Must be 21+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Heated seats
Backup Camera
Navigation
Folding Rear Seats
Tesla's Autopilot

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.
$35/trip

Guidelines

You must be at least 25 years old to rent or drive the car. You'll receive our car cleaned inside and out. When you return the car it must be clean just like you received it. If you don't have a chance to clean it, let us know and we'll have it cleaned for you for $35. The cleaning fee option can be added at the end of your reservation or we can charge it to your Turo account. Only touchless car washes are allowed, which helps prevent scratches. No smoking or pets are allowed in the vehicle. Eating in the car is discouraged. No heavy cologne. A $250 cleaning fee will be applied to your Turo Reservation if there is any smoke smell, evidence of pets or other foul smell detected upon return. If you return the car to our home it you can drop it off with any charge, however if you leave it at the airport or other destination it must have at least 20% charge or 48 miles of range. If you run out of charge please contact us immediately. A $150 towing fee (or the actual cost if it is more than $150) will be billed to your Turo account to tow the car to the nearest charger. Do not have the car towed yourself. There are specific towing requirements that must be followed for towing Tesla's. If they are not it can lead to substantial damage to the car. The car will be handed over with approximately 90% charge or 212 miles of range. As per Tesla's recommendations to maximize the longevity of the battery the car should be kept between 20% and 90% stage of charge for regular usage. If you are going on a road trip you may charge the battery over 90% and run it down below 20%, but it may not be kept in these ranges for over 6 hours at a time. If you would like to drive the car without the Aero wheel covers (hub caps) please let us know and we will remove them at the start of your trip and install the Tesla hub and lug nut covers. We have photos of what the car looks like with and without the Aero Wheels in the listing. Please do not remove the Aero covers yourself because you can damage the covers and/or rims if it is not done properly. The car is approximately 3-5% less efficient at highway speeds with the Aero covers removed which will reduce the cars range.

Faqs

  • How do I operate a Tesla?
    Tesla has a few helpful quick start videos on YouTube which you can view at this link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEox0nUMFPF7ZaNZvUa8h65wEBSGtUgmw Here is another good quick tutorial video: https://youtu.be/0GXmqMdY1Ts Here is a very detailed walkthrough of all of the car’s settings: https://youtu.be/9lD99mG5q90 Note: This car has Autopilot, not Enhanced Autopilot so auto park, auto lane change and summon are not available. Also for security the mobile app is not available for guests and the keycard is required to lock, unlock and start the vehicle.
  • How do I unlock and unlock the doors?
    To lock and unlock the doors from outside the car swipe the Keycard just below the camera that is to the rear of the drivers side door window. There is a diagram on the back of the keycard. From inside the car you can lock and unlock the doors by tapping the padlock icon at the top left corner of the map. If you lose the Keycard please contact us so we can provide assistance. A locksmith will not be able to help you with this car.
  • How do I open the doors?
    While outside the vehicle after unlocking the doors press the large part of the handle in with your thumb and pull on the skinny part of the handle that pops out with your fingers. From inside the car press the button with the small white dash that is located on the grab handle on the door. As you push the button push out on the door at the same time and it will unlatch and open. In an emergency if the vehicle loses power and the normal door button does not work, you can pull up on the latch that is located where the window buttons are located which will mechanically open the door. Please note this method should only ever be used in an emergency as it can damage the vehicle if utilized.
  • How do I start the car?
    When you get in the vehicle it will automatically “start” and all functions will be available to use such as climate control and music, but you will. It be able to shift the vehicle out of Park. To be able to drive the car you need to swipe the Keycard just behind the cup holders. Once you have swiped the card behind the cup holders you can put your foot on the brake and shift the car out of park. When you are done driving simply exit the car and everything will shut off automatically. Don’t forget to lock the car when you leave it by swiping the Keycard below the camera to the rear of the drivers side window. The car will honk and the mirrors will fold in which means the car is locked.
  • How do I open the glove box?
    Tap the car icon on the bottom left hand corner of the screen and a menu will appear on the touchscreen. At the bottom of the menu you will see a button that says glovebox. Tap that button to open the glovebox.
  • How do I adjust the mirrors, seat and steering wheel?
    You can adjust both front seats electronically using the controls on the door side of the seat. This also includes lumbar support. To adjust the mirrors and steering wheel tap on the car icon in the bottom left hand corner of the touch screen tap on either steering wheel or mirrors on the menu that appears. To make the actual adjustments use the left scroll wheel on the steering wheel. You can scroll up and down as well as left and right as per the instructions on the screen. Once you have everything set the way you like it you can save your settings using the Guest 1 or Guest 2 profiles. As you are making changes you will see the a menu pop up on the touchscreen asking you if you want to save your changes. To switch between profiles tap the profile name in the top right hand corner of the screen and select which profile you would like to use.
  • How do I find chargers?
    If you are going on a long trip simply input your destination into the car’s navigation and it will automatically route you through Tesla Superchargers on the way to your destination. It will give you an estimate of the charge you’ll have when you get to each Supercharger as well as your destination as well as tell you how long you’ll need to stop at each Supercharger. A typical Supercharger stop takes 15-30 minutes but could be longer under certain circumstances. If you want to see all Tesla Superchargers and Tesla destination chargers in your area tap anywhere on the map. This will bring up a menu on the bottom right hand side of the map. Next tap on the lightning bolt icon in the menu that just appeared and it will map and list all nearby Tesla chargers. Simply tap on any charger you want and it will Navigate you there. You can also use the included Tesla Mobile Connector to charge using a standard outlet or a NEMA 14-30 or NEMA 14-50 240v outlet. The mobile connector has a 20’ cable built in. You will gain roughly 5-6 miles of range per hour of charging on a standard outlet. You will get 20-30 miles of range if per hour of charging you charge using a 240v outlet. There are many non-Tesla EV chargers you can use as well. The car comes with a J1772 adapter which works at most non-Tesla chargers. ChargePoint is the most common non-Tesla charger. You can use it by downloading the ChargePoint app and signing up for an account. Your phone must be NFC compatible or you must purchase a ChargePoint card to use these chargers. You can find more information on their website. Another good resource for finding charging locations is using the PlugShare App. This app is based on crowd sourced data so it is the most comprehensive listing of chargers, but it may show chargers that are not publicly accessible and the information may be out of date.

Reviews

2 ratings

Great owners! Easy pickup and drop off at the airport. They taught the basics of Tesla driving which it turns out was much needed if you never have driven one. They also left a helpful booklet they made with things to know about the car. The car came with a thank you gift with water and snacks that was very much needed after a long flight. Sadly, I hit a deer at the end of my trip but the owners were understanding and helpful at the time of the accident. Highly recommend these owners for anyone searching for a car to rent in the Kansas City area!!

Alexander S.-Aug 22, 2019

The car

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS
2 trips
Electric
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Erica
2 tripsJoined Jul 2019
Typically responds in 3 hours

Description

Driving a Tesla is like experiencing what cars will be like in 10 years, today. Whether you're on vacation, traveling for business, or are thinking about buying one but want an "extended" test drive, you will enjoy driving this Model 3. There are 4 Tesla Superchargers and over 900 EV chargers in the Kansas City area which give you many options for charging. Taking a road trip? Try out Autopilot, Tesla's industry leading driver assistance feature to help make it easier as well as Tesla's nationwide Supercharger network. Tesla Supercharging is included with the rental, i.e. FREE for you to use. Once the car is done charging you must unplug from the Supercharger within 5 minutes or Tesla will bill us for idle fees which start at $1/min. Idle fees will be billed to you directly via Turo. This is the Standard Range+ version giving you up to 240 miles of range on a single charge. It includes Tesla's industry leading 15" touchscreen navigation and infotainment system, a fully glass roof, 4 USB ports, 12v port, built in Dash Cam and Sentry Mode, 5 heated leather seats, electronically adjustable lumbar support on the front seats, folding rear seats, no hump in front of the rear middle seat allowing extra leg room, automatic wipers and high beams, built in arcade games, tons of storage space in the trunk, under trunk compartment and front trunk, Bluetooth, and more. The navigation system uses Google Maps so it’s always up to date. All Tesla Supercharger and Tesla destination charger locations are built into the navigation. Going on a long trip? Simply input your destination into the navigation and the car will automatically find the fastest route which includes all required Supercharger stops. It will tell you how much charge you’ll have when you arrive at the Supercharger as well as how long you need to charge for to reach your next stop. A typical Supercharger stop takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Most Superchargers are located near restaurants, shopping and bathrooms. This car is quick going 0-60 in 5.3 seconds. With its instant torque there’s no waiting for the car to pin you back in your seat. No waiting on downshifting or for the engine to hit peak torque in a certain RPM range. When you press the accelerator, it goes. When you need to stop, just let off the accelerator and the car uses regenerative braking to slow you down while converting the cars momentum back into electricity to charge the batteries. This allows you to do most of your driving using just one pedal. You can always still use the standard brakes if you need to stop quickly or stay stopped at a stop light. Concerned about Safety? The Tesla Model 3 achieved a perfect score in every testing category and subcategory in crash testing done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and achieved the lowest probability of injury of any car the agency has ever tested.

Features

Must be 21+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Heated seats
Backup Camera
Navigation
Folding Rear Seats
Tesla's Autopilot

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.
$35/trip

Guidelines

You must be at least 25 years old to rent or drive the car. You'll receive our car cleaned inside and out. When you return the car it must be clean just like you received it. If you don't have a chance to clean it, let us know and we'll have it cleaned for you for $35. The cleaning fee option can be added at the end of your reservation or we can charge it to your Turo account. Only touchless car washes are allowed, which helps prevent scratches. No smoking or pets are allowed in the vehicle. Eating in the car is discouraged. No heavy cologne. A $250 cleaning fee will be applied to your Turo Reservation if there is any smoke smell, evidence of pets or other foul smell detected upon return. If you return the car to our home it you can drop it off with any charge, however if you leave it at the airport or other destination it must have at least 20% charge or 48 miles of range. If you run out of charge please contact us immediately. A $150 towing fee (or the actual cost if it is more than $150) will be billed to your Turo account to tow the car to the nearest charger. Do not have the car towed yourself. There are specific towing requirements that must be followed for towing Tesla's. If they are not it can lead to substantial damage to the car. The car will be handed over with approximately 90% charge or 212 miles of range. As per Tesla's recommendations to maximize the longevity of the battery the car should be kept between 20% and 90% stage of charge for regular usage. If you are going on a road trip you may charge the battery over 90% and run it down below 20%, but it may not be kept in these ranges for over 6 hours at a time. If you would like to drive the car without the Aero wheel covers (hub caps) please let us know and we will remove them at the start of your trip and install the Tesla hub and lug nut covers. We have photos of what the car looks like with and without the Aero Wheels in the listing. Please do not remove the Aero covers yourself because you can damage the covers and/or rims if it is not done properly. The car is approximately 3-5% less efficient at highway speeds with the Aero covers removed which will reduce the cars range.

Faqs

  • How do I operate a Tesla?
    Tesla has a few helpful quick start videos on YouTube which you can view at this link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEox0nUMFPF7ZaNZvUa8h65wEBSGtUgmw Here is another good quick tutorial video: https://youtu.be/0GXmqMdY1Ts Here is a very detailed walkthrough of all of the car’s settings: https://youtu.be/9lD99mG5q90 Note: This car has Autopilot, not Enhanced Autopilot so auto park, auto lane change and summon are not available. Also for security the mobile app is not available for guests and the keycard is required to lock, unlock and start the vehicle.
  • How do I unlock and unlock the doors?
    To lock and unlock the doors from outside the car swipe the Keycard just below the camera that is to the rear of the drivers side door window. There is a diagram on the back of the keycard. From inside the car you can lock and unlock the doors by tapping the padlock icon at the top left corner of the map. If you lose the Keycard please contact us so we can provide assistance. A locksmith will not be able to help you with this car.
  • How do I open the doors?
    While outside the vehicle after unlocking the doors press the large part of the handle in with your thumb and pull on the skinny part of the handle that pops out with your fingers. From inside the car press the button with the small white dash that is located on the grab handle on the door. As you push the button push out on the door at the same time and it will unlatch and open. In an emergency if the vehicle loses power and the normal door button does not work, you can pull up on the latch that is located where the window buttons are located which will mechanically open the door. Please note this method should only ever be used in an emergency as it can damage the vehicle if utilized.
  • How do I start the car?
    When you get in the vehicle it will automatically “start” and all functions will be available to use such as climate control and music, but you will. It be able to shift the vehicle out of Park. To be able to drive the car you need to swipe the Keycard just behind the cup holders. Once you have swiped the card behind the cup holders you can put your foot on the brake and shift the car out of park. When you are done driving simply exit the car and everything will shut off automatically. Don’t forget to lock the car when you leave it by swiping the Keycard below the camera to the rear of the drivers side window. The car will honk and the mirrors will fold in which means the car is locked.
  • How do I open the glove box?
    Tap the car icon on the bottom left hand corner of the screen and a menu will appear on the touchscreen. At the bottom of the menu you will see a button that says glovebox. Tap that button to open the glovebox.
  • How do I adjust the mirrors, seat and steering wheel?
    You can adjust both front seats electronically using the controls on the door side of the seat. This also includes lumbar support. To adjust the mirrors and steering wheel tap on the car icon in the bottom left hand corner of the touch screen tap on either steering wheel or mirrors on the menu that appears. To make the actual adjustments use the left scroll wheel on the steering wheel. You can scroll up and down as well as left and right as per the instructions on the screen. Once you have everything set the way you like it you can save your settings using the Guest 1 or Guest 2 profiles. As you are making changes you will see the a menu pop up on the touchscreen asking you if you want to save your changes. To switch between profiles tap the profile name in the top right hand corner of the screen and select which profile you would like to use.
  • How do I find chargers?
    If you are going on a long trip simply input your destination into the car’s navigation and it will automatically route you through Tesla Superchargers on the way to your destination. It will give you an estimate of the charge you’ll have when you get to each Supercharger as well as your destination as well as tell you how long you’ll need to stop at each Supercharger. A typical Supercharger stop takes 15-30 minutes but could be longer under certain circumstances. If you want to see all Tesla Superchargers and Tesla destination chargers in your area tap anywhere on the map. This will bring up a menu on the bottom right hand side of the map. Next tap on the lightning bolt icon in the menu that just appeared and it will map and list all nearby Tesla chargers. Simply tap on any charger you want and it will Navigate you there. You can also use the included Tesla Mobile Connector to charge using a standard outlet or a NEMA 14-30 or NEMA 14-50 240v outlet. The mobile connector has a 20’ cable built in. You will gain roughly 5-6 miles of range per hour of charging on a standard outlet. You will get 20-30 miles of range if per hour of charging you charge using a 240v outlet. There are many non-Tesla EV chargers you can use as well. The car comes with a J1772 adapter which works at most non-Tesla chargers. ChargePoint is the most common non-Tesla charger. You can use it by downloading the ChargePoint app and signing up for an account. Your phone must be NFC compatible or you must purchase a ChargePoint card to use these chargers. You can find more information on their website. Another good resource for finding charging locations is using the PlugShare App. This app is based on crowd sourced data so it is the most comprehensive listing of chargers, but it may show chargers that are not publicly accessible and the information may be out of date.

Reviews

2 ratings

Great owners! Easy pickup and drop off at the airport. They taught the basics of Tesla driving which it turns out was much needed if you never have driven one. They also left a helpful booklet they made with things to know about the car. The car came with a thank you gift with water and snacks that was very much needed after a long flight. Sadly, I hit a deer at the end of my trip but the owners were understanding and helpful at the time of the accident. Highly recommend these owners for anyone searching for a car to rent in the Kansas City area!!

Alexander S.-Aug 22, 2019

Pickup at car location
SHAWNEE, KS 66226
Free

Delivery locations
Kansas City International Airport
$85

Delivered to you
Up to 25 miles
$100
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